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​Lexile: Up to 100L

Lexile level reading lists are selected by Phoenix Public Library children’s librarians. Talk with your child's teacher to find out his or her Lexile level range.

Harry takes a bath
When Harry Hippo takes a bath, he wants to get clean, but he also wants to play! Harry has lots of fun splish-splashing around! Then he cleans up the messy bathroom.
Flap your wings
When a strange egg appears in their nest, Mr. and Mrs. Bird kindly take it upon themselves to raise the "baby bird" inside. But when the egg hatches, the Birds are in for a big surprise--"Junior" is the oddest-looking baby bird they've ever seen--with big, long jaws full of teeth and an appetite to match.
A tooth is loose  
All Rookie Readers actively engage young readers, encouraging language development, building fluency, and promoting independent reading. By targeting a skill, like learning about repetitive text, young readers are building fundamental reading skills with the help of fun, lively, colorfully illustrated stories.
I love rainy days!     
An easy-to-read story featuring Noodles the little white dog! It's raining outside, so Noodles is stuck indoors all day! But he won't let that get him down. Noodles knows there are lots of fun games to play even on a rainy day.
D.W. all wet  
For use in schools and libraries only. Funny picture books about Arthur's aardvark younger sister. Young readers will be able to relate to and laugh with D.W.
Shawn and Keeper : show-and-tell   
Shawn and his dog, Keeper, do everything together. For show-and-tell on Friday, Shawn decides they will even go to school together, to show off all Keeper's new tricks.
Moose, bear, fox, and hare frolic in a snowy, glowy winter wonderland from the creator of Rain. Winter is coming to the north woods and the animals are all getting ready for the first big snow. The owl hears the wind whistle, but the moose sees the first flakes.
A Kiss for Little Bear   
Little Bear's thank-you kiss from grandmother gets passed on to him by many animals and greatly aids the skunks' romance.
Jordan's silly sick day   
Fits national reading standards by linking images to the text to provide picture clues and introducing age-appropriate vocabulary. - Top reading specialists have leveled this text as appropriate for fluent readers.
Biscuit wants to play   
Meow! Meow! When Biscuit meets two little kittens, he wants to be friends. He wants to play ball and run around. But the kittens are having too much fun with their own games to play with him. Biscuit doesn't give up, though, and soon the kittens find out what a good friend he can be.
Monster math
A humorous story about disappearing monsters and descending numbers encourages young readers to anticipate what is coming next, in a silly escapade filled with friendly creatures.
Where did Bunny go? : a bunny and bird story     
Bunny and Bird are playing hide-and-seek, and Bird can't find Bunny anywhere. Bird starts to worry. Is Bunny lost? Or did Bunny run away? What if Bunny doesn't want to be her friend any more? But Bunny proves to be a true friend after all, in this second delightful Bunny and Bird story from award-winning author-illustrator Nancy Tafuri.
Calling Doctor Amelia Bedelia    
A hot day in August. For: Young readers. Symptoms: Dr. Horton's office is full of waiting patients. The doctor is delayed. The patients' patience is running out. Nurse Ames needs help! Treatment: Amelia Bedelia, helper par excellence, who solves all problems, even if she creates new ones along the way!
The stray dog   
When a little dog appears at a family picnic, the girl and boy play with him all afternoon, and they name him Willy. At day's end they say good-bye. But the dog has won their hearts and stays on their minds. The following Saturday the family returns to the picnic grounds to look for Willy, but they are not alone.
There's a mouse in the house!
From the team that brought you BUZZ SAID THE BEE comes this funny story of a family . . . and a mouse! Mouse comes bearing a suitcase. The mother yells, "EEK!" The father yells, "EEK!" The grandma yells, "EEK!" But the kids ask the mouse to stay!
Beans Baker, number five
Bean Baker loves baseball. So with the start of a new season just a few days away, he can't wait to get his new uniform, until he finds out he'll be wearing unlucky number 5.
I want to be an astronaut    
Blast-off! Up into the shy goes the space shuttle. Into orbit, the astronauts get a taste of ready-to-eat food, experience zero gravity, go for space walks, and even fix a satellite. It's fun to fly aboard the shuttle...and then come back to earth.

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